My Special Child: Dealing with Hearing Loss

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Babies are typically babbling when they're about six-months old, and will likely utter their first word around their first birthday - and if they don't, experts say it's critical that they have their hearing checked.

In this week's My Special Child report, FOX 4's Abby Eden takes a look at why those first three years of life are so critical for any child, but especially one who is deaf.

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